The Bulletin 13 May 2021 Term 2 - Issue 5

Thursday, 13 May, 2021
Term: 
2
Issue: 
5

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
May 18 2021
WEBINAR: AISWA Primary Leaders Network Meeting Term 2
  • Leadership
12971
May 19 2021
2021 Women in Leadership Network Meeting - No. 2
  • Leadership
13028
May 20 2021
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 20th May 2021
  • Part 2 27th May 2021
12927
May 21 2021
Media Arts Network Day
  • The Arts
13070
May 21 2021
Visual Arts Network Day
  • The Arts
13068
May 25 2021
AISWA HoD Maths Network Meeting - TERM 2 Full Day
  • Mathematics
13008
May 26 2021
WEBINAR: VET Applied Language Information Session
  • Languages
13074
May 31 2021
Dance Network Day
  • The Arts
13072
Jul 15 2021
AISWA's One Day Maths Conference Making the Most of Maths Lessons: Six Key Ideas (Repeat)
  • Mathematics
  • Numeracy
13041
Jul 26 2021
2021 Join the Women in Educational Leadership Network
  • Leadership
12846
Sep 7 2021
Mathematics: Educational Assistants Working in PP - Year 4
  • Numeracy
13002

Student Wellbeing:

There are many events and resources promoted to schools to help address mental health and wellbeing issues in young people. The event below may interest some schools.  It is important to remember that effective support of student wellbeing requires multicomponent and multileveled interventions involving the whole school community. 
A recent literature review conducted by WA’s own Telethon Kids Institute for AIS NSW provides a terrific summary of effective school support in this area. Please see Here for the full report and executive summary.
The AISWA School Psychology Service is a resource available to schools to explore evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL), mental health and wellbeing interventions.
Introducing Stand Tall, a not-for-profit organisation established to build hope, inspiration, a sense of value, connectedness, and belonging and help address mental health issues in young people. They are hosting a sold out in-person event for 6,000 students on June 9 at the ICC Sydney as well as streaming it live to reach more than 200,000 students all across Australia.
Please click Here for more information and to register or check out the Stand Tall Livestream Flyer.

ISA and AHISA Joint National Forum | Canberra | 5 August 2021

The ISA and AHISA joint National Education Forum, Health of the Nation, will be held at Hotel Realm in Canberra on Thursday, 5 August 2021. The Forum dinner will be held at the National Museum of Australia on Thursday, 5 August 2021.
The event will bring together Principals, Board Members, and other sector representatives from national and state-based organisations and will feature presentations from education specialists, national political leaders, and other thought leaders. Registrations for the one-day event are now open. Click Here to register.
All information including the attached brochure and link to register can be found on the ISA website

AISWA's One Day Maths Conference Making the Most of Maths Lessons: Six Key Ideas (Repeat) |Thursday 15 July 2021

Presenters:
Dr. Paul Swan, Sheila Griffin & David Dunstan
KEYNOTE: DR PAUL SWAN
MAKING THE MOST OF MATHS LESSONS:
SIX KEY IDEAS

• Problem Solving: Connecting the Four Proficiencies (3-8} - Dr Paul Swan
• Developing Maths Connections with Children's Literature (P-2} - Sheila Griffin
• Making Connections with Maths Number Talks (P-6) - Sheila Griffin
• Great Maths Tasks to Develop Reasoning (P-8) - David Dunstan
• Fostering Fluency and Engagement with Card Games (3-8} - David Dunstan
• Dealing with Differentiation (P-4) - Dr. Paul Swan
For more information and to register for this event, please click Here

Aussie of the Month

The Aussie of the Month is a FREE program designed to inspire and recognise active citizenship in primary school students. This initiative, which is delivered by the same network that presents the Australian of the Year Awards, is the perfect way to celebrate personal endeavour, achievement, and contribution to the community. Over 1000 schools and 330,000 students are already involved with this wonderful program so why not have your school join in too? Schools receive a variety of goodies including the opportunity to have an Australian of the Year visit your school. For more information take a look at their website